Feature Documentaries

The Mind Game

When he was just 15, Sajid Khan Nasiri fled Afghanistan alone. After a two-year journey filled with danger and hardships – which he minutely documented on his phone camera – he arrives in Belgium to seek asylum. There, a whole new struggle begins.

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Phantom Parrot

The revelation of a top-secret British surveillance programme brings down the dominoes in a dark and analytical film about technology, rights and structural racism – and about a man with the courage to speak out.

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Venezuela: Country of Lost Children

Corruption and mismanagement has turned Venezuela into a failed state. Over six million people have fled in recent years. Around one million children were left behind by their parents.

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Manufacturing Chaos

A deep dive into the world of disinformation, exploring how and why it’s spreading at pace throughout the world, and the striking consequences for social cohesion and democracy.

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Nenets vs Gas

In the heart of the Arctic, the Yamal peninsula is the world’s largest gas exploitation zone - a symbol of Russia’s energy hyperpower. But the Yamal peninsula is also the ancestral home of the nenets, who have been pasturing here for over 200 generations. But for how much longer? Can they survive this industrialisation?

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Murky Waters

When is saving a life a crime? In 2015 Mo Abassi travelled to the Greek island of Lesbos with a humanitarian organisation to help refugees. He saved a group of people from drowning when their overcrowded boat got into difficulties. But then the local authorities arrest him and accuse him of human trafficking.

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Kabul Beauty

Their names are Sofia and Nigina. They're Afghans, beautiful, proud, best friends. And, despite themselves and without knowing it, icons of Kabul's idle youth. Behind the curtains of their beauty salon, whose exterior has been ransacked by the Taliban, they support a small team and a dream: to protect their last space of freedom.

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The Forgotten Nuclear Victims

From 1950 to 1990, France, the United-States and the United Kingdom dropped hundreds of nuclear bombs on the Pacific islands. At the cost of sacrificing the local populations.

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Nomad Solitude

Laurie, Kristy and Linda each live alone on the roads of America, sleeping in their vehicles. They are just three among thousands of modern American nomads who can no longer afford to pay for conventional housing.

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